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Americans held to a literal view, believing that Christ'’s appearance would be to Native Americans, "the lost tribes of Israel," at the Massachusetts Bay Colony. For Mormons everything hinged on 1890-91.
Pat Bagley turns a keen eye and trenchant wit on his confusing and paradoxical home, the Beehive State.
William Adams ("Wild Bill") Hickman was one of the most notorious outlaws of the nineteenth-century American frontier. As a bodyguard and spy for Mormon church presidents Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, he was popularly known as a "destroying angel."
Carefully researched and succinctly written, A Book of Mormons highlights seventy-eight historic figures. Photographs, little-known facts, and anecdotes vividly portray the public and private lives of prominent Mormon personalities.
Rodello points out how to best manage unruly teenagers in her Mutual Improvement class? Talk straight, inject humor, admit you're human ...
Short of a map, this is the closest to a Hollywood-style guide that any paparazzi wannabe could wish for. Celebrities in Utah? Whoa!
In 1879 Clawson became a folk hero when his missionary companion, Joseph Standing, was murdered at Varnell's Station, Georgia.
There were typically two kinds of teachers in territorial Utah: single, cloistered women of the Presbyterian mission schools and Mormon polygamist wives.
This is a book of memories about war. Although it describes both good and bad, overall it portrays war as an arena of horror and tragedy.
This book, cosponsored by the SLOC Interfaith Roundtable, introduces the remarkable and diverse world of faith to a new generation. It is meant to be a glimpse, a taste, an awakening. Each page opens with a story that tells about the origins of a particular religion or denomination.